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Pure Motorcycle Style Inspiration

Pure Motorcycle Style Inspiration

By Petrolicious Productions / 17 Sep 2014
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There are literally no motorcycle jackets as iconic as a Belstaff. And it is with good reason: they are both functionally superior, combining road armor with weather protection, and classically stylish. Their rugged tailoring, durability, and lack of pretense made them the preferred jacket of icons like Mr. Steve McQueen and Mr. T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia).

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A Lotus Road Trip is an Old English Car Thing

A Lotus Road Trip is an Old English Car Thing

By Petrolicious Productions / 16 Sep 2014
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I have this old English car thing. There is no cure or twelve-step program. The only therapy is a constant flow of rusted English steel and cracked fiberglass. I’m convinced it was Dad’s fault. It started when I was still in diapers. He was the first on our block in the ‘50s to own a foreign car. I think he was way cool before way cool existed.

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World's Fastest Motorcycle Restored

World's Fastest Motorcycle Restored

By Yoav Gilad / 15 Sep 2014 / 1 Comment Read More

And so it went with one Triumph besting another over the next few years until ultimately, the Gyronaut X-1 entered the scene in 1966. The fairing, designed by famed stylist Mr. Alex Tremulis (he worked for Cord, Duesenberg, Ford, and Tucker), was built by Mr. Vince Gardner (of Cord 810 fame) and would eventually set the bar for future streamliners...

Help Kickstart "Pit and Paddock"

Help Kickstart

By Petrolicious Productions / 15 Sep 2014
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Auto-Archives owns an impressive, 100,000+ collection of historic motor racing images and felt that the best way to share such an wide array of motor history was by highlighting a special group of images and presenting them in a fantastic 12x12-inch, large format book: Pit & Paddock.

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Grab a Glass of Pommery and Stroll the Grounds

Grab a Glass of Pommery and Stroll the Grounds

By Petrolicious Productions / 12 Sep 2014 / 4 Comments Read More

While we're well-acquainted with Goodwood and Silverstone, the Salon Privé is rapidly gaining in popularity. It is held on a picturesque estate at Syon House, Brentford, which provides an excellent surrounding atmosphere. The show's overall feel is much different to most as it's a relaxing event, one can happily wander around the gardens with a glass of Pommery champagne while seeing and hearing some of the rarest cars on earth–not a bad way to spend a day.

Elite Was Chosen for "Complete Rebuild"

Elite Was Chosen for

By Petrolicious Productions / 11 Sep 2014

This particular Elite has a legitimacy all its own. The seller states, "[I] purchased [it] from the second owner in 1984. I know both previous owners and have known the car since new." He or she also states that this numbers-matching coupe comes with "many old receipts and correspondence."

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Modified Mini Also Races

Modified Mini Also Races

By Petrolicious Productions / 11 Sep 2014
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My father was a race car driver and could race anything on four wheels, I think that's how I learned my love for cars. Since then, I haven't looked back. This is my fifth Mini and I bought it from a man about to begin a full rebuild. But the car had no rust at all and the chassis numbers are intact on the floor! So I bought it. I just love the classic look, history, handling, sound, and usability of the car.

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A Mini Gives You Instant Rockstar Status

A Mini Gives You Instant Rockstar Status

By Petrolicious Productions / 9 Sep 2014 / 28 Comments Read More

There are certain cars that define a place and time. Cars that are so part of the culture that they helped to define it. The Mini is one of them. But why is that? Well, as Mr. Sumner Norman explains, it's because the Mini was ubiquitous–everyone bought one, be it moms shopping for groceries or international recording stars like the Beatles who recognized its universal appeal.

A Behind The Scenes Look at the Making of "Equipped for Adventure"

A Behind The Scenes Look at the Making of

By Aaron McKenzie / 8 Sep 2014 / 9 Comments Read More

Pav stashed his camera and announced that he needed to wash Pismo Beach’s salt water from the Land Rover’s undercarriage. Wyatt quickly hopped in and did his best to hold on as Pav splashed into the river and sent water spraying up around the truck. With trains roaring past on the tracks above, Pav skidded and drifted across the wet concrete, giving his beloved Land Rover a much-needed bath.

Long, Silver Jaguar Looking for New Owner

Long, Silver Jaguar Looking for New Owner

By Petrolicious Productions / 5 Sep 2014

This long-wheelbase XJ6 seems to have had the sort of treatment in keeping with a vehicle of its significance as it's been garaged and "obsessively and professionally maintained." It features a "new [rebuilt] front end, brakes, [and] transmission," as well as original maintenance records.

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Born Free In a Land Rover

Born Free In a Land Rover

By Petrolicious Productions / 3 Sep 2014 / 2 Comments Read More

We had a blast driving around the outskirts of Bombay shooting the workhorse–putting her through her paces just as she was meant to be. The alacrity with which the Land Rover performs sixty-five years after conception still amazes us, the stiff ride clearly set up for rural roads, or the lack of them.

Load the Land Rover and Go

Load the Land Rover and Go

By Petrolicious Productions / 2 Sep 2014 / 14 Comments Read More

On any given day, Pav can be found shooting anything from a 1932 Daimler Double-Six in one corner of the United States to a Jaguar D-Type on the opposite side of the continent. If he’s at home in California, however, odds are you’ll find Pav in the seat of a ride defined by its simplicity: his 1973 Land Rover Series III.